Athens has clinched a critical bond-swap deal with private creditors allowing Greece to narrowly escape default, opening the door for a bailout injection. Eurozone members were quick to rejoice what they called a major step to rescuing the debt-ridden country. But the parachute provides little optimism for the Greeks whose financial woes continue to snowball, as Tom Barton reports.
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